Most Patriotic Rock SongsGreat Rock n' Roll music is one thing and great Rock n' Roll with a purpose is another. These songs had tremendous emotional impact on my life and I don't even think I can listen to one of these without a tear or struggling to hold down that lump in my throat.
The Top Ten
Axl at his prime looking beyond the bottle whipped out this little masterpiece. - MinistryMonster
This is definitely not a patriotic song, Jimi uses the national anthem to criticize Vietnam War
I feel like something very precious is slipping away from me when I hear this. I don't hear it too often, but when I do I cry. - MinistryMonster
Not patriotic, it is an anti-war and anti-American song. People need to read the lyrics. When Reagan used it, Springsteen told him to screw off.
Wow this is an anti-American, anti-war song. Not patriotic at all, this is THE most misunderstood song ever, people these days are not very smart.
This is by far the best patriotic song ever. Bruce really captures what it means to be an American, and shoves it down everyones throats in a super powerful and... Well American kind of way. Patriotism doesn't get any stronger than this song. The epitome of being an American.
I was stationed in Iceland with the U.S. navy and we played this on the Fourth of July. CPT Burns, USA (ret)
If this song is playing, everyone is singing and banging through the chorus. The song captures how things felt for me during the Viet Nam years, coming of age in such a spectacularly heady time. Neil Young definitely has a voice, physically and conceptually, that communicates to me and for me.
If you ever changed the radio station when this song came on; Shame, shame, shame... - MinistryMonster
To me... This sums up the American soul of John Mellencamp.
This song is the oppressed inner voice within. - MinistryMonster
This song is not patriot! Listen to the words people. It says "freedom? Yeah right" this band is the most un patriotic band out there. Which sucks cause the music kicks ass.
Bob wont pull your leg. He calls it like he sees it. - MinistryMonster
Definitely an all time favorite, at the time this was a
Song for our " Generation ".
This song is more sobering than a 12-step meeting. - MinistryMonster
This is a copycat of Bruce Springsteen's Ghost of Tom Joad. This band killed the song...
Copy? IT'S A COVER!
Bar-none; it's more American than Irish. - MinistryMonster
This is not a pactrotic song
The best patriotic Pop/Rock ever. CPT Burns USA (ret)
Folk/Pagan Song in the Gaulish language. According to the band themselves: "It's a pretty patriotic song actually - a kind of love song for ones' tribe's homeland if you want."